Early morning on Friday, Huế held a worshipping ceremony at the platform used by kings under the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) to offer prayers to the gods during spring.
A show in the upcoming Huế Festival, which starts on April 28, will feature performances on Việt Nam’s island sovereignty.
Always a premier tourism destination in the country, Huế city plans to take it up several notches with a renewed focus on longer stays by both domestic and international visitors in the former imperial capital.
Authorities in central Thừa Thiên- Huế Province conducted a ritual ceremony at a platform worshipping the gods of land and rice early yesterday morning.
Huế is restoring two watch huts that once sat atop the historic Kỳ Đài flag tower in this former imperial capital city.
Huế lit up the historic flag tower Kỳ Đài in the citadel built by the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) on Monday.
Huế yesterday marked the commencement of the Tết (Lunar New Year) holiday in suitably imperial fashion, with the re-enactment of ceremony once held by the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) in the former imperial capital city.
Điện Hải Citadel in the central city should be restored as an historical landmark to attract local and foreign tourists, according to the National Heritage Council.
The Huế Monuments Conservation Centre on Thursday exhibited daily items that once were used by the country’s last two kings in a palace the kings used to live in prior to their coronation.
The concrete tomb built for a king’s mother under the Nguyễn Dynasty (1802-1945) in Huế has been excavated illegally, with local authorities suspecting lust for gold being behind the grave robbing.